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Equilibrium nearshore slopes and cross-shore velocity asymmetry.
Philip Daniel Osborne
Written in English
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The evolution and utilization of estuarine and coastal regions are greatly restricted by sediment problems. This thesis aims to better understand fine sediment transport under combined action of waves and currents, especially in the wave-current bottom boundary layer (BBL). Landslides occur either on steep and on gentle slopes between ~ and mwd (meters water depth) in the study area, which has a total extent of ~85 km × 82 km. Scar concentration is higher in the middle- and lower-slope, whereas the thickest debris deposits are found in the slope basin area - Lebre Basin (LB).
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Nearshore morphological modelling is challenging due to complex feedback between hydrodynamics, sediment transport and morphology bridging scales from seconds to years.
Such modelling is, however, needed to assess long-term effects of changing climates on coastal environments, for example. Due to computational efficiency, the sediment transport driven by Cited by: 3.
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Title: Coastal Engineering Buy E-book $ Add to cart. The beach (or shore) zone of unconsolidated material that extends from the mean low water line to the place where there is a marked change in material or physiographic form (e.g.
dunefoot), or to the line of permanent vegetation (the effective limit of storm waves and storm surge), i.e. to the coastline.
The beach or shore can be divided in the. Cross-shore transport contributed the majority of the losses from the initial nourishment region. This transport was driven partly by water-level setup driven currents (e.g., rip currents) and increased velocity asymmetry of the waves due to the geometrical change at Cited by: 2.
Sediment transport rates by fluvial processes are proportional to the product of flow depth and the energy gradient, or water surface slope (Richards, ). Hence, sediment transport increases with either deeper flow or steeper slopes, and conversely sediment transport rates decrease in shallower flow or on gentler slopes.
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Coastal sediments are rapidly becoming rare materials and this leaves many coastal systems in a degraded state. The modeling needed to evaluate the existing state and possible measures, e.g. to combat erosion or to restore environments such as mangroves and coral reefs are explored and the state of the art and remaining knowledge gaps are addressed.
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The journal disseminates knowledge and understanding of coastal areas by promoting communication. The cross‐shore and alongshore distribution of the low frequency velocities has changed considerably with respect to the initial conditions (Figures 15b and 15c).
In the cross shore, the contribution of the alongshore velocity component to the total low frequency motion has increased, with a maximum at the seaward side of the shoal.
i and j are the unit vector in the x (cross-shore) direction and y longshoree) direction, respectively, U is the depth averaged horizontal velocity vector, C is the phase velocity, Cg is the group velocity, o is the intrinsic angular frequency, and 4 is the wave part of the velocity potential at the mean water level.
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